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The return on investment is normally considered to be one of the key measures in appraising company performance, but in using this measure it is vital to be aware of some of its limitations, says Colin Drury. Using financial reports of a representative sample of 700 UK companies, Drury explains...
Overtime which becomes an established part of the working week is masking one solution to relieving unemployment, says Stanley Alderson, author and consultant on business affairs. Here, he outlines some of the benefits not only to the jobless, but also to those already in work and employers of...
IF you believe implicitly in statements from politicians and, wisely, few of us do it has taken less than 12 months for Britain to have performed an incredible financial feat.
Crown not above law, says safety chief The immunity of Crown bodies against prosecution and other law enforcement action is out of keeping with modern thinking, says Bill Simpson, chairman of the Health and Safety Commission.
How times change. It was only a few months ago that financial attention centred on the Bank of England's efforts to prop up the pound against a background of sagging confidence.
Alec Snobel considers the advantages and disadvantages of chemical bonds and fasteners.
TWO cars in the upper price bracket and as different both in appearance and function as one of those old fashioned lady's tricycles and a racing bike.
Because of the multifaceted nature of road transport, management training needs to be as personalised as possible without becoming too costly to run. This is how the industry's training board is setting out to meet the challenge
Competition from the Far East has drastically eroded Britain's export outlets in Australia. But sales successes at two recent trade exhibitions demonstrate that there is still a demand for British products, despite the geographical barrier.
Many companies prefer sometimes need to confine inhouse computing to the traditional applications associated with payroll, billing and the normal accounting routines. But what do they do when, for example, vital manufacturing functions and the cost of those functions demand a level of...
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